CIO Healthcare Payer Summit | October 4, 2016 | The Palmer House Hilton - Chicago, IL, USA

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Open & agile IT environments are key to value-based care success

Executive Boardroom - 2:45 pm - 3:15 pm

There is a rapid shift occurring toward Value Based Care environments that requires a new set of IT infrastructure, which is missing at the majority of Healthcare organizations. As a result, interoperability between Healthcare stakeholders must be accomplished at a rapid pace using secure, flexible and open IT architecture from Red Hat and Intel to support the requirements needed to make this transition.  

Whether this infrastructure is based on hybrid cloud technology to increase agility or based on business process management or rules technology to manage data flowing through integration, it must all work seamlessly together. 

It's critical that the orchestration of these technologies work in conjunction with your current infrastructure as you move toward your future infrastructure environment. If you plan to succeed in the new healthcare environment, you must have an integration roadmap to prepare for the transition. Consider:  

  • Integrating, and knowing what to do with the new enhanced data gathered through integration, will be key to your success.  
  • Connecting your current technology as you transition to future technology is critical to your transformation. 
  • The open environment ability to integrate with with other healthcare stakeholders and technologies is key to positioning yourself for the changing healthcare landscape.  

Together Red Hat and Intel make technology safe—bringing the world’s most advanced enterprise IT platform, cloud, and SDI capabilities to market with an open, flexible, and exceptionally safe infrastructure. 

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Presented by:

Craig Klein, Managing Director, Healthcare, Red Hat View details

 
 

E.G. Nadhan, Chief Technology Strategist , Red Hat View details

 
 

Sponsored by:

Red Hat

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